Stan Crader

Author & Lecturer on Writing About Rural America

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Saturday is Archimedes Pi Day

Remember when you first learned about Pi and then, in an attempt to prove and display superior intelligence, ran around the playground stirring up the underclassmen by screaming at them, “pie are square?” The act usually had the reverse affect, leaving the underclassmen with a sense of both superior intellect and momentary sympathy for the upperclassman that had lost their minds. Everyone knows that pies are round–semantics. Semantics began rearing its dreary head before we knew the meaning of the word. For example, the term ‘underclassmen’ is no longer politically correct. It takes courage to be both politically incorrect and… Continue reading

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